Martina McBride To Receive Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award

first_imgThe Music Business Association (Music Biz) will present Country superstar Martina McBride with its prestigious Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award during the Music Biz 2015 Awards Luncheon at 12 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, at the Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel in Nashville.The Award recognizes McBride’s outstanding philanthropic efforts through her work on behalf of domestic violence, which includes being the spokesperson for the National Domestic Violence Hotline, National Network to End Domestic Violence, and Tulsa Domestic Violence as well as uniting with Loveisrespect and the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline to create the “My Time to Shine” program to educate teens on how to have healthy relationships.The award-winning vocalist has used her voice throughout her musical career as well, bringing to light the issue most notably in “Independence Day” and “A Broken Wing.” McBride has also lent her support to various other organizations such as hosting the Middle Tennessee’s YWCA Celebrity Auction every year since 1995 – raising more than $500,000 – and working with the Kids Wish Network to fulfill the wish of a young girl battling Muscular Dystrophy. In 2010, she performed “Unchained Melody” during the Stand Up To Cancer Telethon with Leona Lewis, Aaron Neville, and Stevie Wonder.“Martina is an incredible singer and songwriter, whose phenomenal talent and success is matched only by her desire to give back to those in need,” said James Donio, President of Music Biz. “Over the years, she has donated a remarkable amount of her time and money to deserving charities fighting to end domestic violence. She truly embraces the philanthropic values of the award’s namesake, Harry Chapin, and we are thrilled to present her with this honor at Music Biz 2015.”Additionally, McBride empowers fans through Team Martina, a global charity group that works to make the world a better place through the healing power of music. In Nashville, she and her team raised over $40,000 for a cancer research grant to help doctors at Vanderbilt University while the Atlanta group raised $33,000 to help the city begin construction on an innovative new green space for kids living in an urban area with few playgrounds. Team Martina also raised money to fund a music education program for Covenant House, a shelter for orphaned and abused girls, in Guatemala, providing them with instruments and music lessons. In all, the group has raised over $275,000 for their initiatives. Fans also have the opportunity to participate in hands-on volunteering to help the communities that McBride performs in during her 2015 tour. For more information or to join the group, visit TeamMartina.com.“I believe that anyone blessed enough to achieve success has a responsibility to help those in need,” said McBride. “While my goal was never to be recognized for my charitable efforts, this award is proof that we can all make a difference, no matter how small, in the lives of others. I hope this recognition will encourage more people to support worthy organizations that speak to their hearts.”McBride most recently signed to Nash Icon Records, a joint venture between the Big Machine Label Group and Cumulus, and is expected to release new music this year. Over the course of her illustrious career, McBride has sold more than 18 million albums, scored six #1 singles, and became the first solo female artist to debut at #1 on the Top Country Albums chart with an independently released and distributed album in the chart’s 50-year history. McBride has earned more than 15 major music awards, including four wins for Female Vocalist of the Year from the Country Music Association, and the petite powerhouse’s EVERLASTING TOUR has been well received with sold-out shows across the country. Ever the entertainer, McBride also released her first book, Around the Table, a full-color illustrated collection of her favorite recipes, hosting tips, practical menu planning advice, and themed décor inspiration.The Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award was created in 1981 to honor the legacy of folk-rock singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, who fought tirelessly to end world hunger and received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1987 for his philanthropic work. He played a major part in the creation of the Presidential Commission on World Hunger in 1977 and co-founded the charitable organization World Hunger Year, which received the proceeds from merchandise sales at his concerts. Chapin wrote the #1 hit “Cat’s in the Cradle”; top 40 singles “Taxi,” “W*O*L*D,” and “Sequel”; and scored a Gold album with 1974’s Verities & Balderdash. Previous recipients of the Award have included Dee Snider, Annie Lennox, Melissa Etheridge, Norman Lear, Jackson Browne, and Bonnie Raitt.Music Biz 2015, which will be held in Nashville for the first time in Association history on May 12-14, is the music industry’s premier event, giving the commerce and content sectors a place to meet with trading partners, network with new companies, and learn about new trends and products impacting the music business. Registration is open now here.last_img read more

Neil Patrick Harris says farewell to Canada after filming Netflix series in

first_imgVANCOUVER—Neil Patrick Harris is bidding farewell to Canada in song.The U.S. stage and screen star can be seen atop a British Columbia mountain singing a portion of “O Canada” in a video posted to Instagram.Harris employs an emoji of the Canadian flag to say in the caption that he’s anxious to return to New York but “will miss the nature and majestic beauty of Canada.” Twitter Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Neil Patrick Harris in the Netflix series A Series of Unfortunate Events. (ERIC MILNER / NETFLIX) In the video, he tells viewers: “On this, my last weekend in Canada I take an amazing hike.” He then launches into song: “O Canada, our home and native land for the last two years.”Harris has been in Vancouver to film his Netflix series A Series of Unfortunate Events, based on the Lemony Snicket children’s books. Advertisement Advertisement The Instagram post appeared Monday on his verified Instagram account, nph, where he also declares in the caption: “Vancouver is extraordinary.”He also announced on Twitter that his last day of filming would be Tuesday, May 8.This is not the first time Harris has expressed his affection for the Great White North.“I have always been a fan of Canada and Canadians in general,” Harris said in a January 2017 conference call with reporters to promote the series.“In the ’80s and ’90s, there was a long period of made-for-television movies based on true-life events and I did my share of them: I hacked up my parents with a wood maul, I was a serial arsonist, I got lost in a blizzard with my baby. And we filmed most of those in Canada.”Harris added that he’s spent time in several Canadian cities and finds “the people uniformly kind, respectful.”And Harris certainly appeared to embrace life in Vancouver while shooting the series.He attended Vancouver’s pride parade, visited Grouse Mountain with his twins and husband David Burtka, and the couple celebrated their wedding anniversary in Tofino. Advertisement Login/Register With:last_img read more

Strong Rio Grande tourism in New Mexico expected

RIO GRANDE DEL NORTE NATIONAL MONUMENT, N.M. — Rafting and angler guides are predicting a good season for Rio Grande tourism in New Mexico thanks to strong runoff generated by a good snowmelt this year.A healthy snow patch this winter is feeding the Rio Grande with much-needed water after long dry spells stemming from drought, the Santa Fe New Mexican reports .This year, the National Weather Service in Albuquerque predicts runoff to be at least 148% of normal through June.Water levels were 50% of normal in 2018. Parts of rivers were bone dry or only inches high. Fish — such as trout in the Pecos River — died off and long sandbars formed along once-wet areas.“Everybody says it’s gonna be a huge year and I think they’re right,” said Britt Runyon of Dixon, New Mexico-based New Wave Rafting.Other rafting guides in Northern New Mexico agree. So do anglers, who expect a good summer of fishing even though the Rio Grande is still moving too high and fast for them to start casting their lines.“It’s a momentary restoration of the process that made the river what it is,” said Steve Harris, a river guide and conservationist who oversees the non-profit Rio Grande Restoration project, designed to keep the river healthy.“It’s good,” Harris added, “but it’s not the solution to our drought.”Those who raft, fish, kayak or depend on the river for irrigating crops understand that. But for them, the ample spring runoff is nevertheless a blessing.In addition to tourism, strong runoff is predicted to help the ecosystem around the river and its banks.University of New Mexico biology researcher Rebecca Bixby said the increased flow will help the endangered Rio Grande silvery minnow lay eggs and spawn.With some overbanking, or flooding, the river also will provide water to the cottonwood trees lining the shores and replenish the groundwater in the bosque adjacent to the Rio Grande.Mike Ruhl of the Fisheries Management Division of the state Game and Fish Department said this year’s runoff will help the river clean out gravel bars where trout spawn and draw woody vegetation, like fallen trees, into the river, which will create logjams that are “great for fish habitat.”___Information from: The Santa Fe New Mexican, http://www.santafenewmexican.comThe Associated Press read more

Security Council extends terms of judges on UNs Rwanda genocide tribunal

The Security Council today extended the tenure of the judges serving on the United Nations war crimes tribunal set up to deal with the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, so as to ensure that all remaining cases can be completed by the deadline set for the court’s work. Under its Completion Strategy, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), which is based in the Tanzanian town of Arusha, is supposed to finish all of its trials, excluding appeals, by December 2008. All work is scheduled to be completed by 2010. In a unanimously adopted resolution, the Council voiced its expectation that the extension of judges’ terms of office “will enhance the effectiveness of trial proceedings and contribute towards ensuring the implementation of the Completion Strategy.” The terms of permanent judges Mehmet Güney (Turkey) and Andrésia Vaz (Senegal), who serve on the Appeals Chamber, were extended until 31 December 2010. Meanwhile, the terms of Charles Michael Dennis Byron (Saint Kitts and Nevis), Asoka de Silva (Sri Lanka), Sergei Aleckseevich Egorov (Russian Federation), Khalida Rachid Khan (Pakistan), Erik Møse (Norway); Arlete Ramaroson (Madagascar) and William Hussein Sekule (Tanzania) – permanent judges serving in the Trial Chambers – was extended 31 December 2009. The Tribunal also has a pool of temporary, or ad litem, judges created to help expedite the court’s work, whose terms the Council extended today. The terms of Florence Rita Arrey (Cameroon), Solomy Balungi Bossa (Uganda), Taghrid Hikmet (Jordan), Vagn Joensen (Denmark), Gberdao Gustave Kam (Burkina Faso), Lee Gacuiga Muthoga (Kenya), Seon Ki Park (Republic of Korea) and Emile Francis Short (Ghana) – all of whom currently serve at the Tribunal – were extended until 31 December 2009. In addition, the Council extended until 31 December 2009, the terms of office of several ad litem judges who have not yet been appointed to serve at the Tribunal. They are Aydin Sefa Akay (Turkey), Karin Hökborg (Sweden), Flavia Lattanzi (Italy), Kenneth Machin (United Kingdom), Joseph Edward Chiondo Masanche (Tanzania), Tan Sri Dato’ Hj. Mohd. Azmi Dato’ Hj. Kamaruddin (Malaysia), Mparany Mamy Richard Rajohnson (Madagascar), Albertus Henricus Johannes Swart (Netherlands) and Aura E. Guerra de Villalaz (Panama). The Council created the ICTR in November 1994 to prosecute people responsible for genocide and other serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in Rwanda that year. Some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered, mostly by machete, in just 100 days. 18 July 2008The Security Council today extended the tenure of the judges serving on the United Nations war crimes tribunal set up to deal with the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, so as to ensure that all remaining cases can be completed by the deadline set for the court’s work. read more

Gabby needs a prom date

Prom is meant to be a night to remember, a celebration to cap off the end of high school.Gabby Horner-Shepherd is a 21-year-old Waterford District High School student with special needs. She is in her senior year and is hoping to go to prom this coming Saturday.Her mom, Shannon Horner-Shepherd, decided to make a website and video to search for a prom date for Gabby.“It was a last-minute spontaneous decision that hit me in the middle of the night,” Shannon said about creating the website. The idea came to her on May 22. “A friend of Gabby’s sister came and helped build the website.”The website went live on May 25, just a week before the prom will take place. Gabby’s prom is on June 1, so time is tight for her to find a date.“I would really like to go to my senior year prom,” Shannon said on Gabby’s behalf in a video posted to their website. “I need a date. I need someone special who is willing to take me.”The website has pulled in a few applicants already.“We’ve had quite a few people that have replied and reached out. We’re going to have to narrow down the search, but we’re always still looking,” said Shannon. “The people that have sent stuff in are all amazing people and have expressed an interest, and it’s great.”Shannon says that Gabby’s ideal prom date would be Ed Sheeran or Pitbull, because she loves music.“She loves listening to the male singing voices. She’s got a couple Ed Sheeran songs that can calm her down at any time.”Gabby has a genetic disorder – partial trisomy 13 duplicate inversion — meaning she has an extra piece on her 13th chromosome. When she was about three weeks old, doctors told Gabby’s parents that her life expectancy was one year, but she made it through that initial year and is now completing high school. She is non-verbal, meaning she does not speak or use sign language, but she is able to get her point across to people she knows well.Shannon said the best way to describe Gabby is “sparkling.” She also describes her as engaging and funny, with a mischievous personality. The website says she is assertive and feisty when her needs are not met.Gabby, needing to be supervised 24 hours a day, has two support staff workers that help her with different aspects of life. She likes to take her supports on adventures, and has gone paddle-boarding, Sea-dooing, and zip-lining with them.Gabby has been a student at Waterford since Grade 10, and is now ready to graduate after her prom.The website has an introduction to Gabby, written in her perspective by her mom.“With the help of my mom I want to change the way that the world sees people with disabilities and how they live their lives. I know to the rest of the world I may not be someone who you would walk up to and want to spend time with but once you get to know me I am one heck of an amazing person,” Shannon wrote on the website for Gabby.Shannon also posted about the hunt on Facebook, which currently has over 35 comments, 110 likes, and 165 shares.In the post Shannon writes, “My life’s mission since she came into this world 21 years ago has been to make sure that she is remembered by everyone she meets so that when the day comes that she’s no longer on this earth she has left an imprint on their souls. I would love this prom to be one of those times where she is remembered by everyone whose lives she has touched in high school. And to truly make it the best night ever for Gabby!”If you are interested in putting your name forward in the search for Gabby’s prom date, you can contact Shannon at horner.shannont@gmail.com or check out Gabby’s website www.hornershannont.wixsite.com/prom2019The prom is on June 1, so applications need to be in as soon as possible.astaylor@postmedia.comVideo Playerhttps://video.wixstatic.com/video/8f57f4_025e3f7f6dd945c1b08d49082a520ae3/480p/mp4/file.mp400:0000:0000:39Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. read more

Roundabout work to close intersection Friday

first_imgNortheast 137th Avenue at 39th Street will be closed 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday as crews place a base level of asphalt mix on a new roundabout.Detour signs and flaggers will guide motorists, who are asked to proceed with caution through residential neighborhoods and keep an eye out for pedestrians and bicyclists, said Loretta Callahan, spokeswoman for Vancouver’s public works department.Later this summer, half-intersection closures are expected when crews place the final concrete top surface of the Northeast 39th Street roundabout.Contractor Nutter Corp. will work with residents to provide access and coordinate with Evergreen Public Schools, C-Tran and emergency service providers, Callahan said.last_img read more

How the NAACPs Reggie Thomas Navigates Ad Sales and Event Sponsorships

first_img Reggie Thomas: The Crisis is owned by the NAACP, however The Crisis operates under a separate arm. We have a separate board from the NAACP, even though we’re in the same building and under the same umbrella. When the NAACP does events, like the NAACP Convention or the Image Awards, we have an involvement with that from an advertising standpoint. We checked in with Thomas, a panelist at the March 2017 Folio: Association Media Summit, to discuss some of the unique challenges with selling advertising within a non-profit association. Reggie Thomas, director of advertising at the NAACP’s The Crisis, is no stranger to such questions. As director of advertising at one of the oldest association magazines — founded in 1910 by W.E.B. Du Bois — Thomas works separately from the non-profit arm of NAACP. But he still puts his advertising expertise and sales skills toward supporting successful events. Folio: So you keep event sales separate from magazine sales? Thomas: We sell print, and occasionally we will sell into our radio show [The Crisis Today]. On digital, we usually package that with the print. Because we are part of a non-profit civil rights organization, the racial effect comes into play. So what happens is that you have advertisers that will support the NAACP by being at the event, but they want to be very careful how [that message] is distributed nationally. So we’ll get organizations like CarMax, which is an NAACP supporter. They don’t necessarily want to be in the magazine, because they have a lot of [customers] who have money that they want to spend but who have issues with black civil rights institutions. Thomas: We’re very careful about the kind of advertising we accept. Sometimes companies are sensitive to what we’re addressing. It’s not that serious. We’re not a rogue magazine where people get upset over things we say, but we want to be careful not to be in a situation where our livelihood absolutely depends on our advertising dollars. Folio: How are sales and advertising structured at the NAACP and The Crisis magazine? Folio: What do your advertising offerings look like?center_img Folio: Which organizations do you generally have as advertisers? The way advertising is structured, The Crisis is pretty much a more for-profit arm. That was mandated by the IRS some years ago. From our radio show, we’re very careful about who we will let come on as advertisers; we don’t ever want to be in a position where someone holds their ad dollars over our heads over something we say. Thomas: I handle some of the event sales. Even though we are in the same family, we probably operate more like neighbors. I will bring another organization or commercial entity into an event like the NAACP Convention, which is probably the biggest event we do besides the awards. Ultimately, any dollars that we earn end up going to the NAACP anyway. We get credit for it, but it ends up in the NAACP coffers. Association magazines have different funding concerns than their colleagues in consumer media, making advertising sales a game of its own. In typical non-profits, the events team works in a tax-exempt environment, because events are classified as member professional development. On the other hand, ad revenue is taxable, so there’s often a desire to keep that separate from events and sponsorship sales. So which makes more sense? One of the thing that we do is focus on areas where people of color need big help, and that’s in areas related to health organizations and financial organizations. We’ve had a lot of experience with Wells Fargo and AARP.last_img read more

The Wilmington Insider For April 26 2018

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a round-up of what’s going on in Wilmington on Thursday, April 26, 2018:Happening Today:Weather: A chance of showers, mainly before 11am. Areas of fog before 10am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 69. West wind 6 to 16 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.In The Community: State Rep. Jim Miceli is being waked from 1pm to 5pm and 6pm to 9pm at Nichols Funeral Home (187 Middlesex Avenue). Read his obituary HERE. Drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes beginning at noon due to the expected tremendous turnout. At Town Hall: An informational forum will take place at 7:00 pm in the Town Hall Auditorium to provide residents with an opportunity to learn about Analog Devices’ proposal to expand their campus and their request to enter into a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreement with the Town. Representatives from Analog Devices and the Town will be in attendance to answer questions that residents may have about the proposal. Michael Errera, General Manager from Analog Devices, and Jeff Hull, Town Manager, will offer brief remarks between 7:30 pm and 8:00 pm. There will be opportunities for one-on-one “Q & A” discussions. The forum is expected to conclude by 9:00 pm.In The Community: Do you like to sing? Do you enjoy performing? Come join the Merrimack Valley Chorus at one of its regular weekly rehearsals. You just might discover a passion for a cappella singing, and you’ll also make some great new friends! Open rehearsals are every Thursday at 7pm at the Wilmington Arts Center (219 Middlesex Avenue).At The Library: Thursday Baby Times at 9:30am. Time for Twos at 10:30am. Camping Essentials at 7pm. [Learn more and register HERE.]At The Senior Center: Computer Class at 9:15am. Art Class at 10am. Aerobics at 10:30am. Knitting/Crocheting at 11am. Ceramics at 1pm. Game Day at 1pm. [Learn more HERE.] The Center is also holding a special stress management through self care class at 1pm. Learn more HERE.At The Town Museum: The Wilmington Town Museum is normally open today from 10am to 2pm, but is CLOSED THIS WEEK.Live Music: Larry Gilbert performs at Rocco’s Restaurant & Bar (193 Main Street) beginning at 6pm.Go Wildcats!: 11 WHS teams are in action today. See the complete schedule HERE.(NOTE: What did I miss? Let me know by commenting below, commenting on the Facebook page, or emailing wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. I may be able to update this post.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedThe Wilmington Insider For April 6, 2018In “5 Things To Do Today”The Wilmington Insider For April 4, 2018In “5 Things To Do Today”The Wilmington Insider For April 19, 2018In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday September 6

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Friday, September 6, 2019:#1) Trivia Night At Wilmington KofCEnjoy an evening of team trivia with Lisa Kapala at 7:30pm at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall (112 Middlesex Avenue). There is no fee to play!  Participants can play solo or on a team (2-6 players).  1st and 2nd place winners will be awarded prizes. The event is open to the public (21 and over). Use the building’s rear entrance and proceed down to the lounge. Attendees are welcome to bring snacks and buy drinks from the bar. The lounge is smoke-free.  The organizers are fun, friendly, and would love to have you!#2) Needleworkers At Wilmington LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library is hosting a Needleworkers session at 10am. If you do any kind of needlework, this group is for you. Bring a project and learn from others while enjoying a little conversation and camaraderie. Drop in#3) Bingo At Senior Center The Wilmington Senior Center (15 School Street) is holding its weekly bingo game at 1pm.#4) Karaoke At Pacific GrovePacific Grove (211 Lowell Street) is hosting karaoke from Winnell Entertainment beginning at 8pm.#5) DEADLINE: Petitions For Accepted WaysAll informal petitions for warrant articles for Acceptance of Streets by Betterment Plan  for the 2020 Annual Town Meeting must be filed with the Town Clerk no later than 4:30pm.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, August 16, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, July 30, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, June 28, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

It was a mistake Veerappa Moily on CongressJDS alliance

first_imgBengaluru: Senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily on Saturday said the party would have won 15 to 16 seats in the Lok Sabha polls had there been no tie up with JD(S) and that trusting the alliance was a ”mistake.” “Hundred per cent…not only here (Chikkaballapur).. in various constituencies…if there was no alliance, 15-16 seats Congress would have definitely got,” he said. Also Read – Charge sheet against AAP MLA Gulab Singh Advertise With Us Moily was replying to a question on whether he would have won in Chikkaballapur if there had been no alliance. Speaking to reporters in Chikkaballapur, he said that trusting the coalition was a mistake. “Our people (Congress) also opposed (me).. that is very clear.” Asked about the reasons for those in Congress opposing him, he did not divulge much details, saying it maybe because of power or money. Also Read – JNU poll panel cancels Yogi’s nomination Advertise With Us Moily, a former Union minister, was the joint candidate of the ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition. He was defeated by BJP’s B N Bache Gowda in Chikkaballapur by 1,82,110 votes. Congress and JDS that had faced the polls in alliance managed to win one seat each, while BJP won 25 seats. The BJP supported independent candidate Sumalatha Ambareesh won in Mandya. Advertise With Us Moily said though he had lost from Chikkaballapur, he still trusted the people of the constituency. He said he was not sure about contesting an election again, saying he does not have that desire, “but will continue to have the love and trust with the people here.” Indicating that ineffectiveness of the government also led to the disastrous result in the LS polls, Moily said other than saving the government, those in power should also look into the needs of the people, who do not have a good opinion about the administration. Calling for reorganising Congress from the grassroot level, he said “going with them JD(S) we have seen defeat. That bitter experience has happened and should not happen again. We should reorganise our party and we have to face elections.” “I have not got JD(S). Going to them, talking to them was a waste of time.If I had utilised that time to concentrate on voters, I would have got far more votes,” he added.last_img read more

The Shocking loss Meghan Markle has suffered after marrying Prince Harry

first_imgMeghan MarkleGetty ImagesIt has been over two years since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began their relationship. And now Meghan Markle is the Duchess of Sussex with a baby on the way.Meghan Markle’s life has changed a lot since joining the Royal Family. But she seems to be rolling with the pinches with a smile on her face. Meghan Markle has been a consummate professional ever since she gained the title of Duchess. She has been performing her Royal duties with enthusiasm, though that enthusiasm may have rubbed some people the wrong way.The Queen may be one of those people but it looks like Meghan Markle is here to stay. The former Suits actress was familiar with the paparazzi and the downside of stardom, but it seems that she was still unprepared for the level of scrutiny and the loss of privacy she would suffer as a Royal. But it seems that Meghan is determined to regain control, by embracing the media, social media to be more precise.  Meghan MarkleGetty ImagesThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hired a PR expert to help them navigate the minefield that is public relations. And joining Instagram and partnering with Oprah are just some of the steps the new couple is taking to embrace the media. Reportedly taking to his official royal Instagram, Prince Harry revealed the “exciting” news, telling his more than four million followers that they are working together on a mental health series that will launch on Apple in 2020.The couple Sussex sure are trying to ingratiate themselves to the public. The Queen might not be too pleased with their moves though. Especially after she quashed Meghan’s move to separate from the Royal Family. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first child this month and they will be moving to Frogmore Cottage once the baby arrives.last_img read more

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Harris County

first_img Share NWSRadar at 3:30p.m.This story will be  updated as weather conditions change. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the region through this evening. Isolated rainfall could be 3 to 5 inches, according to the weather service.“(We’ll see) heavy downpours leading to localized flooding. We’ll stay mostly cloudy overnight, lingering showers in some areas, temperatures nearly steady in the 60s,” Accuweather Meteorologist Bob Larson said.Larson said clouds will give away to some sun on Friday, which will see a high of 84 degrees.Click here for the latest weather updates. More resources:Traffic & High Water Locations: Houston TranStarBayous & Creeks: Harris County Flood Control DistrictPreparedness & Emergency Information: www.readyharris.orglast_img read more

Bison STEM Scholars Berlin Bound

first_imgBy Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, mgreen@afro.comThe Howard University Bison STEM Scholars Program – a multi-year program that provides full undergraduate scholarships to students who have committed to pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)- is gearing up for its third cohort of incoming freshman.Cohort 3 is comprised of 30 students, representing 12 states, who were selected through a competitive program with strict eligibility requirements for high-achieving students. The average SAT score of the cohort is 1384 and an average ACT score of 30.The Bison STEM Scholars are headed to Berlin, Germany as part of Howard University’s three-year partnership with the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). (Courtesy Photo)“The Bison STEM Scholars Program  (BSSP) is designed for focused students who from Day One have committed to going the distance to pursue their terminal degrees,” said Howard University President Wayne A. I. Frederick, M.D., MBA in a press release. “This program will help them achieve those goals and stay on target by grouping them alongside like-minded individuals so iron can sharpen iron.”In order to address the lack of minorities in STEM careers, Frederick along with Provost and Chief Academic Officer Anthony K. Wutoh, Ph.D., initiated development of Bison STEM Scholars Program nearly three years ago. With Cohort 3 joining the elite mix, the program now enrolls 87 of the University’s students.“These students represent the diversity that is necessary to address some of the most critical scientific and societal challenges of our times,” Wutoh said.  “They are among the brightest and most gifted students in the country, and we look forward to the great things that they will accomplish as scientists, researchers and research-based clinicians.” As part of BSSP, Cohort 3 will participate in the Summer Bridge Program (SBP), which helps scholars as they transition from high school to a university setting and encourages building within the group.  Students are required to take six-weeks of courses in calculus and African American studies for credit, along with seminars in chemistry, German and college success. Also, BSSP scholars are encouraged to begin exploring STEM disciplines in order to narrow their education and future career goals.In addition to the summer courses and academic preparation, for the second consecutive year, the incoming cohort will take a two-week trip to Berlin, Germany from July 27- August 10.  The trip is part of a three-year partnership with the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and aligns with some of the goals of BSSP, such as expanding the scholars’ opportunities and building a global perspective in an increasingly diversifying world, according to BSSP Program Director Ronald H. Smith.“For most of our scholars, the trip to Berlin, Germany will mark the first time that the have traveled out of the country,” Smith said in a press release. “There are many cultural, political and social differences between life in the United States and other countries.  However, we believe that the frequency with which we join with others from around the world to solve vexing global challenges will increase over time. The sooner that our scholars learn how to understand, tolerate and bridge those differences, the better prepared they will be to be STEM leaders on the global stage.”The group will live at the CIEE Global Institute, located in center city Berlin, and will attend classes from 9 a.m. until noon before taking trips related to expanding their worldview and catering to their interests in STEM. As part of the Seminar in Intercultural Communication and Global Public Health, developed by BSSP and CIEE, students will create a group research project which focuses on a global health challenge and present their research and findings while in Berlin.last_img read more

Man tattoos Nintendo 3DS augmented reality card on his forearm doesnt

first_imgWe have seen dedicated gamers geek out by getting tattoos in honor of their favorite games, but this is the first time we’ve seen a tattoo do augmented reality. User Cranberryzero posted on IHeartChaos about his adventure to the tattoo parlor that resulted in replica of Nintendo’s 3DS augmented reality card.The 3DS, Nintendo’s latest handheld gaming device, lets you play in 3D without using any dorky glasses. It also does augmented reality, which means when you point the 3DS’ camera at an augmented reality card, the screen of the 3DS will show a 3D avatar. The avatar, or Mii, as they’re called, appears to be standing on your coffee table, but is actually only seen on your screen. Clearly, it’s not beaming the character from the 3DS to the card that’s sitting on your coffee table, in an R2D2 “Help me Obi Wan” kind of way.Since the 3DS came out in late March, people have been sticking augmented reality symbols, like the ones shown above, on all sorts of things, from T-shirts to cookies. Cranberryzero chose to ink one onto his forearm, although after watching the turbulent video below, we’re not really sure that was the best place to put it. Since you need two hands to hold the 3DS and play with it, it’s pretty difficult to point your camera at the tattoo with one hand while holding your other hand out in front of you. It’s pretty tricky to hold the 3DS in only one hand let a lone play that way.Perhaps it would have been a better idea to get the tattoo on his leg where he could easily point the camera downwards while holding the device with two hands. Another idea is to get his girlfriend, or a really good friend, to get the same tattoo on their arm so that the two of them can point their 3DS cameras as each other’s arms to use the augmented reality.Cranberryzero said in his post that it doesn’t work in really bright light, yet it works just fine in lower light situations. He suspects that having an outline added around the black box would help since the camera is searching for the card’s edge but can’t find it in well-lit surroundings. He adds that the 3DS manual says not to block the white border in any way that surrounds the normal cards, and which his tattoo is lacking. He said he didn’t notice this little bit of information until after he got the tattoo. Whoops! Still, it’s an easy problem to fix, and the augmented reality still works as is, but it will most likely work better in more light when the frame is added to his tattoo.The tattoo was inked by an artist named Colby at Blue Flame Tattoo in Raleigh, NC. Colby, and tattoo artists everywhere, get ready; you’re going to be seeing a lot more requests for the AR tattoo soon enough.Read more at IHeartChaos, via Engadgetlast_img read more

Costa Rican street performers juggle skate and march against new law

first_imgTheater major Door Heyne from the Netherlands joins the protesters. She is an exchange student at the National University in Heredia, and came along to support her friends. “The city is for everyone,” she says. “They’re having fun doing their work. Better than sitting at a desk”.When the marchers finally arrive at their destination, police officer Marvin Rosales hangs around some of his coworkers watching the artists jump, race and rest on the grass. They are making sure that protesters do not damage property or pedestrians. The law reform is good and necessary, Rosales says. He sees it as a matter of public safety.Although the protest dwindled after a few hours, it seems the performers are not finished yet. Arroyo urged the crowd to call friends and meet again Oct. 9, at the University of Costa Rica, at 9 a.m. Facebook Comments Around 10 a.m. Saturday, scores of people – mainly teens and twentysomethings – descend on Parque Central in downtown San José. They greet each other and begin to play: Kids race on skateboards, jugglers toss pins and a circle of unicyclists forms. Everything indicates it will be a relaxed, fun-filled day at the park. But in fact, this is a protest.Wilson Arroyo, now carrying a megaphone around his waist, has helped spread the word for street performers to convene here today. Their goal is to pressure the government to revise a new Costa Rican traffic law, which Arroyo worries will adversely affect street art and urban sports in public areas. Article 106 indicates that pedestrians who walk between vehicles on the road will be fined. The reform also forbids the use of skateboards in public transit (Article 111).The performers are in favor of security, helmets and reflective light, Arroyo says, but they want to be allowed to express themselves.Alioska Zamora, 24, playfully juggles some green rubber balls. This is just her hobby, she says, but she believes the prohibition is wrong. The legislation will hurt honest working people, she says, some who are without education and need a way to meet their needs. Only some do it just for fun, she insists.Once the park has filled up, six policemen approach the scene. After several uncertain minutes, the impromptu meeting ends, and Arroyo calls for a peaceful march down Second Avenue. He leads the crowd in the direction of the Parque Nacional, located near the Legislative Assembly building, in the center of the capital.A voice rises up in the streets, and soon protesters chant rhythmically, “Se oye, se siente que el arte está presente” (“It is heard, it is felt, art is here”). Wilson Arroyo (center, yellow T-shirt) and a group of street performers protest in San José. Courtesy of Rebecca Aguilarcenter_img No related posts.last_img read more

Authorities clear roads overnight after President Alvarados address

first_imgAfter President Alvarado said in aspeech to the nation that Costa Rica “would act to clear the roads” of protester-made blockades, authorities took to the streets early Tuesday to do just that.The Public Security Ministry (MSP) launched an overnight operativo to clear Route 32, which connects San José and Limón, in addition to other blocked throughways across the county.“The will of the Government is dialogue, but the blockades must stop,” Alvarado said Tuesday morning. “The right of Costa Ricans to free transit must be respected by everyone.”According to Michael Soto, the Minister of Public Security, officials first warned demonstrators impeding roads to leave, and they did so without further incident in a majority of cases.However, in Liverpool, Limón, authorities faced resistance from protesters armed with weapons and Molotov cocktails. One official was injured, though not seriously, Soto said.In Perez Zeledón, nine protesters participating in a blockade of Route 2 were arrested.“This is a high-risk operative,” Soto said. “These activities followed a repeated call to dialogue.”While the government continues to prioritize dialogue, Soto said, food and gas shortages, in addition to financial impacts, led to more forceful action.“What we want is peace, tranquility for everyone, and that the situation flows in the best way possible,” Soto said. “Thankfully, in this instance, we had minimal difficulties.”The blockades, which began last week and increased in number over the weekend, caused millions of dollars worth of losses due to delays at the Moín shipping terminal in Limón, according to Costa Rica’s Chamber of Exporters (CADEXCO).Additionally, many people throughout the country — including business owners and the 83,000 international tourists currently in Costa Rica — faced unexpected and significant travel interruptions.“Several of our employees left Puerto Viejo de Talamanca at 8 a.m. Friday and arrived [in San José] at 12 p.m. Saturday,” said Paul David Johnson, owner of Caribeans Chocolate in Puerto Viejo. “They were forced to walk about 10 km to transfer buses.”Alan Kinsella, a tourist visiting Costa Rica from the United States, said the blockades had negatively impacted a vacation.“We wish to leave this country with a positive memory, and as of now that hope is in deep jeopardy,” he wrote to The Tico Times.The blockades were largely in opposition to a new value-added tax, which went into effect July 1, though there were also demonstrations against Education Ministry policies.Update; 11 a.m.: Teletica is reporting at least three new blockades in San Carlos. Continue exercising caution when driving, and use navigation apps such as Waze for up-to-date, crowdsourced road information.Update; 2:50 p.m.: The Public Security Ministry said debris blocking a bridge in Monterrey de San Carlos caused a 30-minute delay for an ambulance transporting a 10-month-old in critical condition.National Police cleared the bridge, but “valuable time was lost,” according to a MSP spokesperson. Via MSP. Via MSP. Facebook Comments Related posts:President Alvarado addresses Costa Rican protests, urges peace and dialogue Costa Rican Congress, President Alvarado approve controversial tax reform President Alvarado visits Germany, meets with Chancellor Angela Merkel Unrest in Costa Rica over Education Ministry, new value-added taxlast_img read more

International Tourism Fair Madagascar concludes successfully

first_imgThe 5th edition of the International Tourism Fair Madagascar was a success. ITM 2016 was held, as every year, at the Carlton Anosy – Antananarivo (Madagascar).For this 5th edition, the theme was ‘tourism mixes leisure’ with an aim to promote tourism while promoting the natural, cultural and environmental interaction with entertainment offerings.The lounge was also an opportunity to – Together in one place tour operators; Strengthen knowledge of the regions and tourism products in the international and national visitors; Encourage national institutions to pay greater attention to the sector; Providing national economic operators the opportunity to exchange and builds partnerships; Present an attractive showcase for the sector to potential domestic investors.During 3 days, more than 5,900 visitors visited the fair, an increase of around 20% compared to the previous edition. Another point that should be emphasised, there was an increase of 58% of trade visitors during the professional day which showed the interest of the trade audience for the B2B meetings.Debates during the roundtables about the improvement of governance for the tourism industry met with the trade visitors’ requirements. On the public side, the opportunity given to the Regional Tourism Board to present more details about their region and the tourist offer gained an audience.The presence of the Vanilla islands consolidated the international nature of the show and sparked several articles in many online media.last_img read more

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